In my book, “Write a Book in 4 Weeks,” I have put together tips on how to write in your own words, how to get organized, the sections of your book, editing, how to track changes and even how to become an expert by publishing.
Today I’m going to share an excerpt from, “Write a Book in 4 Weeks,” on how to self-edit and what to expect during the process.
“Incorporate self-editing. Go through the edits, and either accept or reject them. Be prepared to read your book ten times before it’s published. By the time I print my books I’m so sick of reading them I never want to look at them again. But that’s the process.
“Read you book backwards. Mistakes will pop out at you because your brain is tricked into seeing the words differently. When you read from beginning to end, you know the story. Your brain skims over the paragraphs. “Yeah, yeah. I’ve heard this a million times before!” But if you start at the end, your brain will work harder to understand it.
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